Middle school students have only a few weeks left to enroll in this summer's Career Camp hosted by the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center. During Career Camp, seventh and eighth-grade students can explore a different career field each day in a fun, hands-on, professional environment.
Tonight the families of 43 Early College “completers” will not only celebrate their teen's success, but they will also cheer the $580,000 they collectively saved on college tuition, books and fees. At 7:00 p.m. students successfully completing the Early College program at Muskegon Community College (MCC) will celebrate during the “13th Year Early College Celebration” at Muskegon Community College Overbrook Theatre. The event will include student speakers, certificate presentation, and a time when all 43 students will appear on stage to reveal their future plans simultaneously. A reception in the lobby of the Overbrook Theater will immediately follow.
Muskegon County schools will improve the safety and security of students, staff and school buildings through the purchase of technology and equipment as recipients of $1,655,942 in competitive state grant funds offered up by the Michigan State Police (MSP). In Muskegon County nine local schools and the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) were among the 221 schools selected to earn a portion of the $25 million in Michigan’s 2019 Competitive School Safety Grant Program.